Power of not dying... that pretty much sums it up, doesn't it? I especially like how being able to put up extremely deadly bits of danmaku in the form of knives, kunai, butterflies, fireballs, lasers, and whatnot are all just minor secondary abilities. --Mazo 14:00, 18 March 2007 (PDT)
- Mokou's action of recovering her body is named "Resurrection". (sounds related to cristianity. Zun sometimes makes setting of playing at a Western sence of value, for example Rumia's appearance at 1st stage although she has a power to manupilate dark; so devilish!) Nobody doesn't know how Mokou has done, but this ambiguity allows Touhou fans to write their own short novel, or various patterns of setting.--Masuo64 11:37, 5 March 2008 (PST)
- The "resurrection" one of the aftereffects of the Hourai Elixir. The Hourai Elixir, which is also known as the Elixir of Immortality, is the forbidden medicine made by Kaguya and Eirin. It seams to primarily make her unable to age, get sick, or die. My best guess about how it works is that is simply takes away that ability, like taking away an arm or a leg. It would make sense that it works like a poison (once you drink it, you're "dead"/immortal and it's too late. Taking it out will have no effect). As for a cure, well... it wouldn't be the elixir of immortality if there COULD be a cure (remember the "dead"? Medicines and poisons won't work on dead/immortal people). Pretty interesting. You could blow her up and into oblivion until absolutely nothing is left, but because the ability for her to be dead was taken away the aftermath is changed and she'll resurrect instead of die. That would explain why she'd feel the pain afterwords... she would still have memory of the pain she felt prior to being "killed".--Fujiwara no Mokou 12:56, April 3, 2009 (PDT)
Why is it Huziwara instead of Fujiwara? MaronaPossessed 05:04, June 13, 2010 (UTC)
- It's likely how it was written in the book. Additionally, in the version of IN without the English Patch, her name is shown to be romanized as "Huziwara no Mokou". Fujiwara is just her name with the standard of romanization we use here (Hepbum).
- Another case would be MoF's Japanese name. Here, it is romanized "Touhou Fuujinroku", while in the credits, it is "Touhou Huujiroku". !8RstuPId2Y 05:38, June 13, 2010 (UTC)
- Hm okay. In my opinion Fujiwara sounds nicer...but typically still the same thing in a way MaronaPossessed 23:32, June 13, 2010 (UTC)